PLAY IN STYLE
The ideal chair for gamers who can’t sit still, the Sayl Gaming Chair combines responsive support and high style in one ergonomic seat.
Inspired by the golden gate bridge, Sayl is a striking centrepiece for any gaming setup – and comes in an expressive colour palette.
100% polyester tested for abrasion durability, seam strength, ultra-violet light resistance, colour retention (crocking resistance), and flame resistance
Base: Texture powder coat made from die-cast aluminium
Frame: Glass-filled nylon
Self-skinning urethane foam around an ABS insert
Moulded foam topped with Sync Fabric
2.5″ diameter double-wheel made of black nylon with soft polyurethane tread
OUR MOST RESEARCH-BACKED CHAIR NOW OPTIMISED FOR GAMERS
Provides unique spinal support, feels the way you feel
Comes in an expressive colour palette because your chair should match your personality
Sayl’s frameless back is just one example of how the chair’s dematerialised design uses less material in more inventive ways.
SCIENCE BACKED BY ERGONOMICS
The special gaming edition of Sayl balances ergonomic support and the freedom to move—perfect for gamers who find themselves changing their posture and shifting positions throughout the day.
Fine-tune the chair into a highly personalised fit that gives you exceptional support—whether you’re leaning forward in the zone or taking a break in a nice recline.
Adjust Arm Height and Width
Pull the arms up when you want support; place them at their lowest setting when you’d rather they slide under your desk; pull them in when you want a cushion; or move them to the side if they’re in the way.
Adjustable Seat Depth
To alleviate pressure from your legs and allow the seat to work in harmony with the backrest, slide the seat forward or backward.
Adjustable Seat Height
Move the seat up or down until your feet are flat on the floor, giving you an anchor point for gaming.
To position the chair forward, lean back and rotate the knob beneath the seat on the left side forward. For a reclined posture, lean back in the chair and rotate the lever back all the way.
Reach beneath the chair and grab the knob with a long stem on the right side. To increase the tension, sit in the chair and turn the knob forward. To decrease the tension, turn the knob backward.